Why would anyone take the attitude – “I’ll wait and see what happens”, especially when it comes to their health. It seems that preventing something or getting an early diagnosis would be the preferable plan of action. Not only is prevention a lot less painful, but it is less expensive in the long run. How is chiropractic care preventative?
Vertigo is a very common condition that affects around 70 million Americans. People often mistake vertigo for dizziness, which is better defined as lightheadedness. The difference between experiencing vertigo and lightheadedness/dizziness is that with lightheadedness you feel as though you are going to pass out or faint along with a loss of balance. Can Chiropractic care help with vertigo?
Got a backache? See a Chiropractor.
Got a neckache? See a Chiropractor.
Got stiff joints? See a Chiropractor.
Got Digestive Issues? See a Chiropractor?
Spring is here, and Summer is on its way…that means more outside activities, working in the yard, hiking, playing sports and so much more. No matter what time of year it is, there are always things you do that require us to bend, twist, lift or reach. BE CAREFUL. These movements can be damaging to your joints, discs and muscles.
Something most of us encounter during this time of year (well, almost any time of year), is the common cold…a true signal that our immune system may need some support.
Osteoarthritis, the most common type of arthritis, is a painful and debilitating disease that destroys the cartilage in your joints. Once the cartilage is worn away, bones rub against each other causing tissue damage and pain. Although it is a common disease, it isn’t well understood.
Have you ever noticed that pictures showing the “perfect posture” are always drawings? We are all different and have compensated to balance our posture for good or bad. The question is why “bad posture” is bad for your health and what can be done about it?
Lower back, buttock and posterior leg pain is often referred to as sciatica. These pains are caused by pressure applied to nerves that exit your spine through the lower vertebral bones. Will this pain go away on its own, or will you benefit from Chiropractic treatment?
Recently news broadcasts have informed the public of how well-known pain killing drugs are proven to increase the risk of cardiovascular disease, gastrointestinal problems, and liver disease. Many of the disclaimers of side effects sound worse than the pain you’re trying to get rid of.
If you’re in pain, you don’t need to run to the medicine cabinet, there are more natural pain killers that many of us don’t know about.
Athletes, from professionals to weekend sports enthusiasts, know that performance is enhanced when chiropractic adjustments are included into their training regime. Professional and college teams increasingly have chiropractors on the sidelines and in the training room to give their players an edge.